In order to ensure your Stanley product operates at its optimum efficiency it is essential that the chimney system to which the product is connected is capable of providing the minimum draught requirement for that particular product.Before installing a Stanley product due consideration should be given to the flue connection & flue routing from the stove to ensure it complies with the relevant recommendations.
NOTE: If there is an existing issue with the chimney system to which the product is to be connected (e.g. smoking, down draught, excessive flue pull etc) this issue should be addressed prior to installation of the product.
The following links outline the main characteristics of the most common flue installations for the relevant appliance type. All illustrations should be used as a guideline and refer to the relevant instruction manual for specific installation requirements
All Stanley Solid Fuel Cookers allow for top outlet or back outlet chimney connections with the flue pipe-work connected to the cooker by means of the flue box (bonnet) which is supplied with the cooker and is sealed to the top casting (hob) when installing the flue. There are two common standard installation types:
The majority of Stanley Solid Fuel Stoves allow for top outlet or back outlet chimney connections with the flue pipe-work connected to the stove by means of a flue spigot (Please refer to the relevant product manual to ascertain the type of spigot used) There are two common standard installation types.
The Cara Insert is a solid fuel stove which is designed to be fitted back into a fireplace opening and it is supplied with a flue kit that allows for connection to a 8" clay pot liner and consists of Ø5" x 12" long pipe, a 15° adaptor & a 5" to 8" clay pot adaptor as shown in PDF below.
If the Cara is being fitted into an existing fireplace, the fireplace opening & flue gather should be cleaned thoroughly to ensure all soot deposits are removed. If this can not be achieved it is recommended to fit a flexible flue liner to allow any potential fumes from these soot deposits to be vented up around the flue liner when the stove is in operation.
For details click on Cara Insert Flueing
All Stanley Oil & Gas Cookers allow for top outlet or back outlet chimney connections. There are three common standard installation types.
Note: For Errigal Oil cookers, the flue systems outlined for Oil Stoves should be followed.
We now have two flueing systems for the Brandon Condensing:
The fluing system for the balanced flue type and the cooker must be located on an external wall for fluing purposes. The flue kit shown below comes supplied with the appliance as standard and for fitting thru walls of greater than 300mm, extension kits are available in 225mm or 450mm lengths.
For details click on Brandon Condensing Balanced Flueing
Conventional or Chimney Flue:
For details click on Brandon Condensing Conventional Flueing
All Stanley Oil Stoves are configured for back outlet connection only and there are two standard installation types.